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multiple outgoing IPs

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  1. ks1000

    ks1000 Newbie

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    Need multiple (6 to 10) residential ips. Does anyone know how to set up a system with an ethernet switch where each computer plugged into the switch will have a different outgoing IP ??

    someone has said its possible by using a special cable modem and changing the MAX CPE settings but i don't know where to get this special modem or how to change those settings so if anyone could please help it would be appreciated.
     
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    If you need them at the same time it looks like you need 6-10 separate dsl connections, is this what you are looking for ?
     
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    Ye exactly at same time , but i want to have them all coming off one ethernet switch, don't want to have to pay for 6+ remote dsl services that run hundreds of dollars each a month
     
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    Just ask your ISP for more IP addresses (you'll have to pay) assigned to your account, one for each computer, you'll need a DOCSIS 3.0 modem if you want more than 8 i believe.

    Then hook up each computer to the switch directly into the modem, easy.
     
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